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Mar 1, 2011 12:00pm EST
-- [ laughter ] gadhafi said why would anyone leave his country? but america's ambassador to the u.n. urged gadhafi to get off the stage and avoid a humanitarian disaster. >> the international community is not going to tolerate the slaughter of innocence and so we're doing contingency planning with nato allies for all sorts of options. >> reporter: gadhafi's son says ambassador rice doesn't know what she's talking about. >> she has no idea about libya and about what's going on here. >> reporter: the u.s. has moved warships into the area but the ambassador stopped short of saying whether america would back imposing a no-fly zone over libya to prevent gadhafi from bombing his own people. british officials say a no-fly zone is on the table and are considering sending fighter jets to the region to help enforce it. >> it is not acceptable to have a situation where gadhafi can be murdering his own people using airplanes and helicopter gunships and the like. >> reporter: gadhafi supporters repeated his accusations and al- qaeda in the west for plotting to steal libya's oil. and gadhafi seems convi
Mar 2, 2011 12:00pm EST
. soldiers are dying in iraq and afghanistan because of america's tolerance of homosexuals. >>> a federal government shutdown has been averted, at least for now. just moments ago the senate voted on a measure to fund the government for the next two weeks. yesterday the house passed the gop drafted emergency short- term spending plan. that legislation also cuts federal spending by $4 billion. the white house has stopped short of saying that the president will sign the legislation, but does say that it represents progress. republicans and democrats still have to work out a spending bill for the rest of this year. >>> even though it looks like this continuing resolution will pass, the district is still preparing for a shutdown. d.c. mayor gray wants city leaders to decide which government functions could still continue while business leaders worry about the effect of a shutdown would have on tourism. >> if they do delay this two weeks but still shut down, it's worse. that's tourists. it's cherry blossom season. it couldn't come at a worse time. >> the board of trade is starting a cam
Mar 22, 2011 12:00pm EDT
entirely different reason. he won the green card lottery and was moving to america. >> just came to get -- start a new life. really nice guy. he never drink, smoke, nothing. he's really calm. he's not going to argue with anybody. >> reporter: police say they do not have a description of the suspect. but they do have a description of the get away car. an older model beige toyota camry. it was last seen on north high street traveling toward georgia avenue. >> he's gone. we have to find out what happened to him. >> reporter: in olney, kristin fisher, 9news now. >>> if you have any information, please call montgomery county police crime solvers at 1-866-411-tips. >>> the so-called east coast rapist appeared in court today. aaron thomas pled not guilty to a case in connecticut. he was arrested in his hometown of new haven early this month. dna connected thomas to a rape case that occurred in 2007. he's accused of attacking at least 17 other women including victims in maryland and virginia. jared loughner has been ordered to undergo a mental evaluation at a specialized facility in missouri. h
Mar 30, 2011 12:00pm EDT
leader for america and i'm very thankful to him. thank you. >> kaine was the first politician outside illinois to endorse obama back in 2007. >>> a frederick county teen accused of bringing a gun to school is being held at a youth detention center in rockville. the 15-year-old was taken into custody yesterday. the sheriff's office says that it confiscated a loaded handgun that the student was carrying. the principal sent a letter home with students saying that the teen brought the gun to school because he believed he was in danger and he needed protection. we've received word that there was a fight at the school. >>> virginia tech says that it will appeal a $55,000 fine.the school is being faulted for its response to the deadly campus shooting four years ago. 31 students and professor died in april of 2007. the u.s. department of education has placed that fine on check. it says the school took too long to let students know about the first shooting which happened hours before the main rampage on that campus. >> i issued the notice. we find it really incredulous that we're being fined b
Mar 24, 2011 12:00pm EDT
tidal basin. the flowering trees that symbolize america's friendship with japan will be at their peak between march 29th and april 1st. this is a sure to bloom period than previously predicted. a horticulturist says that the cherry trees are already in the puffy white stage which means that we are only about four days away from the peak bloom. >>> the search for missing military wife and mother is intensifying. investigators are combing through part of the loudoun county parkway looking for evidence, related to the disappearance of 21-year-old bethany ann decker. decker has not been seen since january 29th. police are calling decker's live-in boyfriend, ronald rolledden, a person of interest. he's believed to be the last person to see decker alive at her ashburn apartment. >>> released today for residents of only maryland because police arrested 35-year- old rohan goodlett yesterday in connection with two murders. he was taken into custody just a few hours after a 41-year-old man was killed while walking home. the car goodlett was driving matched the description of a vehicle witnessed
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